FRIDAY; " DECEMBER 21, Mg-
THE. MlIiA 4 DATE"'
M iOIW 1 M "WON WNN M
lnnc'iErn WILL MEETI CHAMPIONSHIP BOUTS ARE HELD IN
IIv1In WIL L M[[I' A LL-C AMPUS W REST LING T OURN2Y
Swim Squad To Meet; THREE TILTS
Cleveland Natators ON VARSITY
With only two r
lineup, Walter, cen
E'hall, floor guard,
downed the highly
NOTRE DAME TONIQ
Coeah Dean Drills Indiana Five
offense For Use Against
(Continued From Page Six) I was particularly hard fought. At
advantage swayed back and forth I the end of the regular eight min-
with both men showing some good utes both wrestlers had a time
wrestling, and finally Kelly man- advantage of two minutes with no
01 aged to put his shorter adversary difference which is needed to win.
on the mat for a period long Sigerfoos won the toss and chose
enough to win by a fall in 6 min- to go below in the first two min-
egulars in the
ter, and Mar-'
the Wildcats ADVERTISING
touted Notre I
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(Continued From Page Six) opposition of the week.
A 40-yard free style race for girls . The Purple squad' includes five
is also listed while the C. A. C. lettermen from last year, Walter,
junior dash championship races Marshall, Gleickmann, Mundy, and
will be held. Haas. The latter three have been
0% A 12 it If,
j_utes and 45 seconds. . utes overtime period, but immedi- - -Iout with influenza for the past & Aul
Ray Parker, ex-Wolverine foot- ately wiggled out of Thrush's hold. Subscribe to the Michigan Daily, week, but are expected to be ir Church at
' ball player, won the 158 pound When the second period cane$4.00 a year. I shape for the Michigan tilt.
title from Burleson with a time ad- around, Thrush went on the mat,
(Special To nheIVy) vantage of 2 minutes and 45 scc- and could inot break away, so was
.LOOMINGTON, Ind., Dec. 20. onds. Both wrestlers showed all defeated by an advantage of nearly
-wuilding an offense powerful t heir power in this match and two minutes. B
enough to evade the strong Notre were visibly tiring when the timer The last match brought together
Dame defense has been the prob- called the match to an end. two heavyweights, Hager and
lem of Coach Everett S. Dean, In- Sigerfoos 'takes Title Sornson. Hager continued his
diana net mentor, as he prepares The only match which had to go streak of falls by defeating his op- ______
his Scrapping Hoosiers for their into an overtime period before a pohent in one minute and 10 see- - _ _._______
first foreign invasion Friday night, decision could be reached was in onds. This fall came as somewhat
when they play the Irih at South the 165 pound class between Siger- of a surprise, as the men had been
Bend. foos and Thrush. This match was about even up to the very tinme uf
Starting the season with 18 reg- marked by some roughness and the fa l
ular squad men back from last
season, Coach Keogan, Notre Dame
mentor, has placed one of the
strongest teams in the mid-West
on the court. Smith, a husky all-
Western guard, will undoubtedly
furnish the Hoosiers considerableV
trouble. He is the backbone of the
Irish defense, and in addition isT
a strong cog in the offensive at- ULGEI
tack. Crow, an all-state forward,
is small, Buth as a dead eye for
the basket. He is the high scor-
Notre Dame Has Veterans f
Donovan at floorguard, Colerick
at center, and Jachym at forward
are other members of the regular
outfit. All five men are veterans. WISHES YOU A
Smitih and Jachym serve as cap-
tains of the Notre Dame team. Se tIlSic r
Indications are that the game M R Y C R I S T tm.A -
will pe one of the most difficult ap reciation of t e on
on the Hoosier card. a
It is thought that the members; AND As
of the Indiana regular quintet whoA NDaAeb a c liyrO n eydawill y
have been hampered by bad colds
and influenza will be in condition
for the game with Notre Dame. If HAPPY PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
not, Dean will be forced to use
recruits. Strickland, high scoringh
forward, was used only a few min- i
utes in the Pennsylvania game.!
His absence was very conspicuous
in both the offensive and defen-
sive play of the Hoosiers. Will Be Oper r VU
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NOTICE-During the Christmas
Vacation the "Michigan Diner,"
502 E. William St., will serve
breakfast from 7: 0 to 10 A.M.
Short orders at noon and dinner
from5 to 7 P.M. Closed Christ-
mas day. 76;
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
310 So. State. Phone 7927
T. T. F. c
PIANO TUNING--The Concert Arc-
ist Piano Tuner, phone 6776. Vic-
tor Allmendinger. Not with any
music house. Exclusive piano
tuner for the University School
of Music. Office at residence,
1608 Morton. Ave..
Wed., Thu.. Fri. c
NOTICE-We. are closing out our
full line of Dresses and Wardrobe
Trunks at cost. Koch & Henne.
NOTICE-Dial 3916, Moe Laundry,
204 N. Main St., for laundry ser-
vice with real personal attention
like received at home. c
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9387.
TYPEWRITER S E R V I C E--New
Corona, Royal, Underwood, Rem-
ington portables, also used large
and portable typewriters of all
makes bought, sold,: rented, ex-
changed, cleaned, repaired. Large
stock, best service, considerate
prices. Phone 6615. O. D. Morrill
17 Nickels Arcaae. c
NOTICF-1 W. Clark Shoe Fac .
tory, corner of South University
and Forest. Let us save you 20
percent on your repair work.
Qnly one shoe factory in town
RIDING BOOTS from $10 up; golf
shoes from $8 up; moccasins in
ten different leather styles, $6
All kinds of shoes made to your
measure.-H. W. Clark. C
NOTICE-Room and board for
eight during Christmas vacation.
The Grey Shop, Dail 7490.
NOTICE - Person who exchanged
slickers in Tappan hall Monday
please call Fauster at 4017 or
LOST-Gray leather purse con-
taining papers, valuable only to
owner. Call 2-1114. Reward. 76
LOST-Thursday noon Amber
choker. State, Liberty, Main or
Williams St. Call 8638. Reward.
L O S T - Fraternity pin between
State and Washtenaw Tuesday.
Name Marcus .Cunningham en-
graved on back. Reward. Call
LOST-A small-size left hand
buckskin glove somewhere be-
tween Waterman Gym and cor.
South University, on Thursday
afternoon. Phone 6617.
LOST-French bull terrier. Lost
five :weeks. White breast, four
white feet, bob tail. License No.
847. Telephone 6589 after 6.
WANTED-Students . wanted for
special campaign during Christ-
mas vacation. Salary and bonus.
Prefer students with some sales
experience. - Call or write But-
terick Reading Club, 820 Trans-
portation Bldg., Detroit. 76
FOR SALL-Cadillac sedan, 7 seats
-in good condition. $160.00,
1111 S. State St. 74,75,76
FOR RENT-Large attractive room
for two girls, steam heat, shower.
Also garage. Also accommoda-
tions during vacation. Dial 8544.
422 East Washington. 75,76
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A majority of the beacon
lights used in airport and
airway illumination have
been designed and manu.
factured by the General
HE air map of America is now in the making=on
Ten years ago, there were 218 miles of air mail routes with
two station stops; to-day, a network of sky roads bridges
the country from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from
Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.
Can you imagine this growth without electricity-without
illuminated airports-.-without trunk lines studded with
Men of vision are building for increasing traffic of the air.
Soon, the skies will be filled with commerce.
Gives Cool Tip
80th December, 1927
Larus & Bro. Co.,
U. S. A.
As my Christmas present I pur-
chased for myself a pound of your to-
bacco (Edgeworth). in 2/ lb. flat tins.
This morning on the tram I met a man
with whom I am onlyslightly acquaint-
ed, and filling my pipe produced your
tin, at which he exclaimed: "I am not a
pipe smoker, but occasionally I have a
try in that direction and f consider that
the tobacco in your hand is the finest